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Today in English we will try and enjoy some more poetry and try and create some poems of our own. Please watch the following videos of poets performing their poetry. They are very different styles of poetry. 

Craig Bradley at the Sunderland Friendship Festival 2008

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Michael Rosen Chocolate cake

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Once you have watched the videos think about which style you like. I prefer the rhyming poems as I have said but you may prefer having the freedom of not writing a poem using rhymes. Whichever way you prefer, have a go at writing a few lines of a poem. It can be a silly nonsense poem with made up words if you like or it could be a more serious poem. Just think about writing it in a way that can be read as a poem, like the ones you have watched have been. It can be about anything of your choice but if you are struggling to think of a topic do it about the school playground. See if you can perform your few lines you have written. Once you have done this I will share one of my favourite poems with you, watch the video below to see. It is a poem by the author Roald Dahl and I like it because it is very funny, I hope you enjoy it too.

 

Holly Recites 'Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf'

Year 6 pupil Holly recites 'Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf' by Roald Dahl, which she learned for her English Speaking Board (ESB) examination.

R.E

For R.E today, to end our topic on prayer, I would like you to create your own prayer for any religion of your choice in whatever language you choose and write it up in best and decorate it. Please keep hold of it so you can bring it into school and we ca create our own prayer book for collective worship.

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